1 wool blanket, socks, underware, in weather proof sack
2 compact flying kite "don't know why" can brighten the mode.
3 various adapters to go on my crank radio to charge phones and such
4 Topo maps SAS survival guide in waterproof case, also good for personal docs.
5 mylar blanket "space blanket"
6 emergency phone loaded with one years service or 800 min whatever comes first
7 Standard two-way radio.
8 batteries batteries and more batteries 9v AA aaa some lithion and alkaline
9 cooking pot and lid with stove and backup sterno
10 "Eternalight Elitemax" led light, at lowest setting 41.6 days of continues light from 3 AAA.
11 carabiner rated for 5300 pounds
12 survival necklace, fero-rod, hacksaw, blade, pen, whistle, matches, vaseline cotton balls.
13 lighter fluid
14 100 ft clothes line, 50 ft paracord
15 50 ft and about 30 ft paracord
16 USP resublimated iodine crystals for water purification. this bottle can make 1300 gallons. Hear is a link USP Iodine in 1 Ounce bottle
17 titanium fork knife spoon
19 Frost Mora knife "Army model" stainless steel. At $12 bucks its the cheapest yet sharpest knifes i own.
20 K-Bar Becker Bk-2 campanion. carbon steel knife, 1/4 inch thick built like a tank.
21 Kershaw folding saw
22 Saber cut survival saw
23 needles and tread kit
24 pelican dry case with strike anywhere matches and cotton pads
25 water tight tube with more matches
26 Brunton polaris LED Lantern
27 Katadyn Pocket water filter, ceramic filter can filter 13,000 gallons. one of the best water filters you can get.
28 Platypus hydration water bladder 2 liters
29 Yukon night vision monocle with IR assist
30 Barska Blueline 10x40 Close Focus Monocular
31 Kaito KA500 radio. has, am, fm, sw1, sw2, NOAA stations is solar/crank/ battery powered and can charge your phone. also has LED reading lamp and strobe function.
32 got to love duct tape.
33 Tarp 10 x 12 with grommets and aluminized back
34 heavy leather gloves
35 wool cap
36 Star-flash mirror
37 Wetones sanitizer
38 First aid kit, put together myself, I included Quikclot.
39 compass lensatic
40 Garmin GPS "E-Trex legend" entire US loaded on there.
41 Tie wraps or Zipties as some call them.
42 also just off to the right was my bag of Mountain house foods, 5 days worth can probably stretch to a week.
Well thats about it all fits in a Large Alice Pack. about 39 ponds.